3.NF.A.1 Exercises

CCSS.maths.CONTENT.3.NF.A.1

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"Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by a parts of size 1/b."

Our Take:Third graders learn the concept of whole objects (circle, squares, etc.) being broken into a certain number of equal parts, and that equal parts of a whole can be written as a fraction. First, they understand that 1/b represents one equal part out of the total number of parts. They build upon this understanding when they learn that a/b is a fraction that represents multiple equal parts out of the total number of parts. For example, if you show your students a circle broken into five equal parts, with two parts shaded, they should know that two-fifths of the circle is shaded.

These exercises can help students practise this Common Core State Standards skill.

Exercises

Fractions and Parts of a Set
Fractions and Parts of a Set
Exercise
Fractions and Parts of a Set
Show students how fractions can be part of a greater whole with this exercise on fractions as parts of a set.
Year 4
Maths
Exercise
Fractions and Parts of a Whole: Irregular Partitions
Fractions and Parts of a Whole: Irregular Partitions
Exercise
Fractions and Parts of a Whole: Irregular Partitions
Show students how to use fractions to deal with parts of a whole that are irregularly partitioned with this clear exercise.
Year 4
Maths
Exercise
Fractions and Fair Shares
Fractions and Fair Shares
Exercise
Fractions and Fair Shares
Help your students understand how to identify fair shares in fractions problems with this helpful exercise.
Year 4
Maths
Exercise

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